The new lamp by Blueside Emotional Design is a Breath of Light The new lamp by Blueside Emotional Design is a Breath of Light
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The new lamp by Blueside Emotional Design is a Breath of Light

Written by Redazione |

31 May 2019

Its name evokes the Italian artisanship of glass-blowers, its sophisticated and elegant shape has been chosen by Michelin three-star chef Mauro Uliassi for his restaurant: Medusa – Soffio di Luce (Medusa – Breath of Light) is the new lamp hand-crafted from glass and ceramic designed by Sabrina Masala for Blueside Emotional Design, which brings together the ideals of refinement and uniqueness in a single product.

Medusa is a dimmable, battery-powered lamp and is also made with borosilicate glass, the world’s most prized glass, which is highly-resistant to thermal shock and free of all contaminants: consequently, the artisanship of expert glass-blowers is backed up by the experience of Steroglass, a company that works with borosilicate glass to manufacture specialized scientific instruments.

An exclusive piece of furniture which fully expresses Blueside Emotional Design’s quality.

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